Middle east & caucasus
19 C. Caucasian Powder Flask with Baldric Carrying Belt
Date: Late 19 - early 20C.
Powder flasks were always important part in the accessories set of firearms. Typical shape for flasks from the Middle east and Persia is that of a styled horn made of wood horn steel and/or ivory.
The primer flask offered here is made of brass and steel bound with two bands of brass wires and twisted wires. Spring operated valve. This flask comes with its original baldric carrying belt, leather set with links like silver squares and line of small silver domes.
Flask 5 X 4 inches. Belt length 39 inches. Very good condition. Small losses to the leather belt. Caucasian, may be Georgian, late 19-early 20 C,
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